Samson’s audio products have cropped up a few times on my site and for good reason, they represent good value for money. I reviewed the Zoom H1 recently and found the sound quality to be very good but the $99 price tag left the build quality a little to be desired. The Zoom H4N has been mentioned several times as well and has become a somewhat ubiquitous accessory for DSLR budget film making with it’s 4 channel control. Samson have today updated their H2 model to a new H2N which looks to be a great middle lineup addition. Priced at $199 and set to go on sale in September it seems as though this would stand up to a little more wear ad tear than the budget H1. The H2N has a confusing array of 5 on-board microphones and many modes to implement them. Probably best to watch the video below to understand a little more!
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Founder of Shutter Muse, full time photographer and creative educator. Dan lives in Whistler, BC, Canada but his wanderlust often sends him in search of images all around the world to meet the needs of clients and readers alike.
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